A 53-year-old black female presented with the chief complaint of a sudden onset of poor vision in the right eye for two days duration. Her systemic history was positive for sickle cell anemia.
Her best corrected acuity was 20/200 O.D. and 20/30 O.S. at distance and near. External examination found evidence of a significant confrontational visual field defect and a grade 3 relative afferent pupillary defect O.D.
The patients posterior segment O.D. is pictured above. Her visual field O.D. is at right.
The pertinent posterior segment findings and visual field are demonstrated in the images.
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